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A 34-year-old female asked:

i got loss of weight from 113 to 107 within 2 weeks. having meals as usual. nothing change in lifestyle. anything to worry? irregular bleeding on pill

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Dr. Umer Malik
Internal Medicine 16 years experience
Yes: Unintentional weight loss is not normal. Please see a doctor. If the only symptoms are irregular bleeding, a doctor need to examine the cervix and do a pap smear. Other causes of weight loss should also be looked at

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